Bang Zoom! Ent. acquires Burbank studio
May 21, 2014

Bang Zoom! Ent. acquires Burbank studio

BURBANK, CA — Full service audio post company Bang Zoom! Entertainment, Inc. (, has acquired a second facility, expanding its operations, services and output. The new facility is located at 4720 W. Magnolia Blvd in Burbank, which was the former home to Oracle Post. Bang Zoom! will use the space for 7.1, 5.1, and 2.0 audio mixing, as well as ADR, ensemble recording, editing and color correction.
The 7,614-square-foot facility boasts a total of six stages. Two recording booths are capable of being controlled and linked from any mixing room within the facility. In addition to a 7.1 mixing stage, the studio also has a 5.1 mix stage, and two smaller 5.1 mixing/recording suites. A large, multi-mic recording stage is also available for capturing up to 16 actors simultaneously.
A number of Avid tools are already embedded at the location, including Pro Tools, ICON consoles, Nitris, Media Composer, and an ISIS 7000 server. Color correction is possible via a fully-equipped Da Vinci suite is also available on-site. 

“The acquisition of this legendary creative space is a significant milestone for Bang Zoom! Entertainment that will allow us to expand the robust services we offer and also handle a wide array of exciting film, TV, streaming and gaming projects,” says Bang Zoom! Entertainment president and CEO, Eric P. Sherman.  “This space has lent itself to hundreds of very notable titles in its previous incarnation, and that same level of talent, service and technology will be brought to bear on an extensive range of new content and projects. We have a fabulous new studio to do creative work along with an extremely talented team of top professionals. Beyond all that, the place just has a great vibe!”
Bang Zoom! Entertainment has been around for over 20 years, and has provided audio services to the animation, video game, film and TV markets. The company has worked for game developers and publishers such as Activision, Riot Games, Microsoft and Sony.